In a press release sent out to Pocketables and other media outlets earlier today, HTC officially announced the HTC One mini, which is a compact version of the regularly-sized One. HTC promises to keep everything that consumers love about the One in the mini, including the UltraPixel Camera, HTC Zoe, HTC BoomSound, and HTC BlinkFeed – just in a smaller package.
HTC also says that the mini will run the latest version of Android, which as of right now is Android 4.2.2. It will have a 4.3-inch 720p screen, dual-core 1.4 GHz processor, an aluminum body, and an overall “slim profile and tapered edges.”
HTC will announce specific pricing and availability for the US later this summer, although recent rumors peg a release date of later this month. Some sources say that AT&T will carry the phone with its own specific LTE bands, although a world version with HSPA+ is bound to be made available.
Will you be picking one of these up for yourself?